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Enter for the ADIT Exams Online

You can use the form below to enter for the ADIT examination papers. Please note that credit or debit card payment of the entry fees due will be required on submission of this form for a valid entry to be made (unless explicit prior agreement has been made to invoice your sponsoring organisation).


PLEASE NOTE: THE DECEMBER 2014 ADIT EXAMS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE TO CANDIDATES USING THE ON-SCREEN EXAMINATION METHOD. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO COMPLETE YOUR ADIT EXAMS ON-SCREEN USING YOUR OWN LAPTOP DEVICE, THE NEXT AVAILABLE EXAM SESSION WILL BE JUNE 2015.


Exam entries for December 2014 ADIT exams will close on 8 September 2014.

ADIT student registration is valid for five years from the date of issue. If your student registration is due to expire before December 2014, you will need to renew your registration before 31 July in order to remain eligible to sit December 2014 exams. You can renew your ADIT student registration here.

If you choose to sit your exams at a special exam centre, you will incur an additional hosting fee, to be paid directly to the centre. Full information about ADIT exam centres can be found here.

If you have any queries, please download our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact the Education Team at info@adit.org.uk or via telephone on +44 (0)20 7340 0550.

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Once you have entered for the exams this page will display a message saying you have "unmarked exams". This means you have an active entry on our system and will not be able to enter for any further exams for this session online. This message will show until the time the exam results are released and the next exam session is opened. If you wish to add any further papers to an active exam session that you have already entered for then please do contact us on info@adit.org.uk to arrange an updated entry.

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